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Text messages to my mom in heaven
Why Weekends Away are Mandatory
The Catch-22 of being a mom in our modern society
The daughter we almost had
The crib used to contain them, provide some sort of barrier between them and the ground.
How We Test Our Landing Page Copy
I had been training for months and it was finally time for the half marathon.
My mother is someone you should not trust
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When it used to matter…
It was surrounded by a market place. But you could enter when things were bustling or when only a few were out to grab their wares.
They can’t walk yet.
How do I teach my little one that height doesn’t matter?
When my daughter was about three years old, my wife brought her downtown one day to meet me for lunch.
There are now towels on every single mirror back at my house in Ormond Beach.
My mom used to take me to her psychiatrist appointments.
(told off, while the placenta’s still wet)
“Do you want some bread grandma?”
My mom handed grandma a small piece of bread.
Coincidence? I think not.
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